unfoundsound keeps 'em coming. this time around, agnès of geneva, switzerland, delivers four tracks of dark and heady minimal dancefloor devastation. "vsel on the sea" chugs and bounces with a slow-moving pace and a microhouse undertone -- blurping and bleeping its way from your head down to your quivering booty. "ballistic missile armed" is the most upbeat of the four -- giving any minimal dj an ideal mixing tool thanks to the track's funky mechanical-ness, loopy repetition and quirky synth stabs. on the hilariously titled "god, less america", agnès dives deeply into a gurgling, atmospheric abyss that captivates you with catchy sub-bass melodies, dark and refreshing synth tones, swingy percussion and murmuring human voices. lastly, "stones are easy to throw" maintains the thirst-quenching darkness with floor-shaking sub-bass, warm tones, crunchy percussion and peculiar background rhythms. trust matters is an ep for those who like their minimal techno and microhouse to be deep, brittle and pleasantly murky. keep it gushin'!